You need to switch the video out seeting on the iPod, simple. It is located in Video/video settings/TV Out. Change the setting to "On". Problem solved. However, if you have an iPod that is less than 1 year old, nothing will work, iPod blocked this ability to change to "On" and is set on "Off" permanently.
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The iPod Touch is a multimedia player made by Apple, with a 3.5-inch touch-sensitive display and a built-in speaker, which makes it suitable for watching videos on the go. The device connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, allowing you to download videos from Apple's iTunes Store, and stream videos from video-sharing websites like YouTube or movies from sites like Amazon or Netflix. You can also shoot videos with the iPod Touch's two built-in cameras.
Tap the Photos app icon on the Home screen to watch a video you shot with your iPod Touch's camera. Tap "Camera Roll." Thumbnail images of pictures and videos you shot appear on the screen. Video thumbnails have a video camera icon. Tap the thumbnail of a video to open it, then press the "Play" button to start playing it. Press the "Home" button to return to the device's home screen when you're finished watching a video. Launch the YouTube app from the Home screen to watch YouTube videos. Tap "Featured" to see a list of videos being promoted by YouTube, or tap "Most Viewed" to see a list of popular videos. Tap "Search," then type a search term, and then tap "Search" to look for videos. Tap the thumbnail of a video to start playing it. Touch the Videos app icon on the home screen to watch videos you downloaded from Apple's iTunes Store. A list of videos appears. Tap the thumbnail of a video to start playing it. Hope this helps.
<p>iPods are one of the most popular MP3 player. However, in
addition to playing MP3s on your iPod, too many iPods play videos, but also on
their own screen, allowing you to things like movies, music videos or cartoons
to watch. Finally, an additional feature of the iPod is the ability to connect
to a TV for watching videos without having to squint to see them in a tiny iPod
screen. <br />
<p>1. Connect the end of the 3.5 mm AV Cable for iPod Earphone
iPod. <br />
<p>2. Connect the RCA at the other end of the ports on the back
of your TV. <br />
<p>3. Touch users go to the Settings section on your iPod, and
tap "Video Settings" and select "TV On". IPhone and iPod
can find the video settings by clicking the Settings application on the home
screen. <br />
<p>4. Change the channel on your TV using the extra channel or
any channel for RCA TV <br />
well, why not try Daniusoft iTransfer. it alway works well for me. many of my friends are using this product. i think it meets your needs.
it has the following features: 1. Transfer videos and music to iPod/iPhone directly . 2. Transfer video/audio files from iPod/iPhone to PC. (then you can play videos on the player screen) 3. Transfer iPod/iPhone videos and music to iTunes.
If you have a later IPod, 6th Gen or later, Apple changed the software and Sonic Impact no longer plays your movies, but audio is fine. You can get around this by purchasing, from Apple, and adapter cable. It is $50 but allows you to charge your Ipod and play your movies on your home TV. The cable is really just a key that unlocks the TV Out setting. If you have and 5th Gen or earlier then you probably just need to go into video setting and select TV OUT : ON. I hope this takes care of your issue.
Absolutely, I have this myself. My 5th Gen works great, but the 160GB would not show movies, just played music. Apple has an adapter cable set that allows you to hook your Ipod to your TV. $50 buy it! You can charge and watch your stuff on your flat screen. It also unlocks your Ipod TV out setting for your Video 55. Set you IPOD video setting to TV Out: on, select your movie and play. Plug in the IPOD nip to your Ipod then set your Ipod into the Video 55. A bit of a pain but works flawlessly. If you select a different movie you have to do this all over again.
Try this if you haven't already. On your iPod select Videos then Video Settings and see what option is selected for TV Out. There are 3 settings On / Off / Ask. If it is OFF click the center button to change to ON or ASK and try to play your video file again. If that does not work take a look at this web site for Sonic Impact. It has a message about changes to iPod software.
Greetings, There is no way to update your old Nano to play video. There is no video processing chip, and the screen is not of a high enough resolution. My second generation ipod with a black and white screen also shows the option for music videos, its just due to the iTunes software. Take Care -WN